4 Things you didn’t know about the cross-platform ad analytics platform that’s getting laid by advertising analytics platforms is that it’s built on Google’s own Google Cloud Platform, a platform that Google has also partnered with on a few other products. 

I spoke to Mark Krause, Google’s senior VP of engineering and chief architect of Google Cloud and cloud services, about Google’s partnership with the ad analytics company, GCP. 

He told me that the company has used Google Cloud for a long time and that it has been a big part of Google’s business since it launched Google Cloud back in 2014. 

“Google Cloud has been the foundation of all Google products and services,” he said. 

And, he continued, Google Cloud is the platform that allows Google to get a lot of the things that it needs to scale, including analytics, content, and other data. 

For example, he told me, the company can now leverage Google Cloud to build out its analytics platform. 

Google Cloud is a data-driven computing platform that helps with analytics. 

But, it’s not the only one Google has built on the cloud. 

As we noted earlier this week, Google also partnered with AdSense to help deliver ads to advertisers in a way that’s better for both parties. 

The AdSense partnership, which Google says will help advertisers sell more ads, is part of the broader effort to improve ad experiences for both users and advertisers. 

Kremer says Google Cloud has a number of other features that it hopes to roll out in the future, including new features like custom content, ad targeting, ad tracking, and more. 

This isn’t the first time Google Cloud, as a company, has been partnering with an ad analytics firm. 

Earlier this year, Google partnered with AdWords to build a service that will let advertisers use Google Cloud ad delivery to deliver their ads. 

(Google is also the company behind Google AdWords, Google AdSense, and Google Analytics.) 

Advertisers can buy AdWords and use the service to deliver personalized, ad-friendly ads to their clients, which is exactly what the ad technology company is hoping to do. 

GMP’s own data also gives Google Cloud a lot to work with. 

It lets Google build out analytics capabilities to track and improve user engagement, for example, so that it can deliver better ads.

The data also shows that Google Cloud also has the potential to provide the ability to analyze users’ behavior. 

In the coming months, the service will also be able to offer advertisers more control over which ads are displayed and which aren’t. 

According to Kremer, Google will also roll out AdSense as a part of its Google Cloud platform. 

 AdSense is Google’s ad delivery and monetization platform, a technology that allows advertisers to sell targeted ads.

It’s built with Google’s deep learning technology and can be used by other ad technology companies to deliver ads that are more tailored to specific users. 

Ads will show up in Google Cloud in a few different ways, including with ad groups and with other tools, like the ad blocker app that Google developed with the company. 

One of the more interesting parts of AdSense is that advertisers can set a default ad display time based on the time of day they are using their device, rather than based on location. 

So, if an advertiser sets the ad display to start at 8am and then changes it to 5pm, they can still deliver ads with the time they set for their device. 

However, the ad-tech company will have to ensure that the ad is displayed at the correct time, and will need to have a “smart-time” system in place that will give advertisers an accurate timing on how long they want to display ads.